Confusion over Kaindu's position

BULAWAYO - There has been confusion surrounding the fate of Highlanders coach Kelvin Kaindu after it emerged yesterday that the Zambian was still in negotiations with the Bulawayo giants.

Kaindu spent the better part of yesterday in meetings with the Bosso executives and missed the training for a second day at Fairbridge Police Camp.

After emerging from the meeting, Kaindu said he is yet to tender in his resignation letter.

“My brother I have not resigned, actually I want to challenge anyone who saw my resignation letter on Monday as some people are claiming to bring it,” he said.

“If I resign everyone will know there is nothing to hide. You can ask the Highlanders chief executive and ask if he has received my resignation letter.

“I’m just reading this as news from the newspapers but the truth is I’m still there I have not resigned.

“Those who are writing in the newspapers know where they got it from. If I resign I will say it, I have not resigned and I am still here.”

Highlanders’ chief executive officer Ndumiso Gumede confirmed that Kaindu will remain in charge at the black and white club.

“Kelvin is still a Highlanders coach and he can only seize to if he so wishes or if there is an agreement between the two parties,” said Gumede.

The Daily News however, understands that yesterday’s meeting between Kaindu and the Bosso executives was to discuss the coach’s exit package.

Once there is a mutual agreement between both parties in terms of the exit package it looks certain that Kaindu will exit the club.

Kaindu’s position at Highlanders had become unattainable after the 1-3 defeat home defeat to ZPC Kariba last weekend.

Violent scenes followed that match as Highlanders fans rioted calling for Kaindu’s sacking before they were dispersed by police who had to use teargas.

Following that defeat, Bosso dropped to fourth place on the log standings and now trail leaders Dynamos by seven points with six games to go before the season ends.

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